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K-36 #485 Crash photos
Posted by: Joe Taylor (IP Logged)
Date: May 31, 2009 10:50PM

I picked these up at a train show. They are from the Ben Zwibecker collection. Moment of silence.....

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/31/2009 10:54PM by Joe Taylor.



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  K-36 #485 Crash photos Joe Taylor 05/31/2009 10:50PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos Joe Taylor 05/31/2009 10:51PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos Jeff Taylor 05/31/2009 11:29PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos DRGW456 05/31/2009 11:37PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos dandtsrr2 06/01/2009 01:17AM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos drgwk37 06/05/2013 02:50PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos K-27 Afficianado 06/01/2009 02:54AM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos Will Gant 06/01/2009 01:00PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos chris ahrens 06/01/2009 08:26PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos Wade Hall 06/01/2009 09:30PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos mesaman3000 06/01/2009 10:04PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos Will Gant 06/02/2009 02:42PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos NormAcker 06/05/2013 11:43AM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos christopher king 06/05/2013 12:29PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos NormAcker 06/05/2013 12:46PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos Donald Foster 06/05/2013 03:58PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos Mark Yeamans 06/01/2009 11:44PM
  December 7, 1953 Mike Trent 06/02/2009 03:43PM
  Re: December 7, 1953 CharlieMcCandless 06/02/2009 09:06PM
  Re: December 7, 1953 Earl 06/02/2009 09:18PM
  Re: December 7, 1953 CharlieMcCandless 06/03/2009 08:41AM
  Re: December 7, 1953 Earl 06/03/2009 09:33PM
  Re: December 7, 1953 mesaman3000 06/03/2009 09:37PM
  Re: December 7, 1953 Tom Richards 06/04/2009 06:07AM
  Re: December 7, 1953 CharlieMcCandless 06/04/2009 10:43AM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos rgs455returns 06/03/2009 10:54PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos southparkline1 06/04/2009 07:47AM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos Donald Foster 06/04/2009 04:45PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos little stanley 06/06/2009 12:44PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos Jason 06/06/2009 04:48PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos SoCalCond 06/06/2009 04:50PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos christopher king 06/04/2013 10:53PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Crash photos Jim McKee 12/09/2013 08:16PM


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Eastbound Colorado & Southern freight train leaving Waterton, Jefferson County, Colorado; Engines 69 and 70 and twenty-eight cars curve round bend at 15 MPH. Pbotographed: March 31 1941

Photo courtesy of the Denver Public Library Digital Image Collection catalog number MCC-3239.

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